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1 Short Story Reading Choral Reading

2 VOCABULARY REVIEW PP. 1-2, PP Choral Reading

3 Story 1 1.wife 2.birthday 3.present 4.secret 5.problem 6.what 7.technique 8.pretends 9.clues 10. However 11. subject 12. tomorrow

4 Story gloves 14. in law 15. plan 16. receive 17. conversation 18. scheme 19. carefully 20. pair 21. thinks 22. excitement 23. shining 24. complete

5 Story Today 26. until 27. Finally 28. wrapped 29. wonder 30. yourself 31. tears 32. sneakers 33. notices 34. matter 35. each 36. wanted 37. laugh

6 Story 1-Sentence Structure 1.Emma and Jerry are husband and wife. 2.Emma must keep everything a secret. 3.For a whole week, she keeps her ears wide “open” for clues. 4.She calls her sister in law Mary and they make a secret plan. 5.Marry calls Jerry and they have a chat about his upcoming birthday.

7 Story 1-Sentence Structure 6.She rushes off to the shop and buys a pair of shining sneakers at Jerry’s size. 7.Today is Jerry’s birthday. 8.Emma waits until their special dinner at night. 9.I wonder what it can be… 10.Well, I guess I could use a pair of sneakers too.

8 Story 3 1.house 2.floor 3.garage 4.live 5.stuff 6.crowded 7.park 8.free 9.tomorrow 10. next 11. when 12. simply

9 Story boxes 14. dear 15. annoyed 16. ask 17. Nothing 18. car 19. walks 20. mean 21. around 22. doing 23. helping 24. my

10 Story each 26. place 27. neighborhood 28. then 29. speechless 30. fair 31. right 32. suggest 33. still 34. deal 35. dishes

11 Story 3 – Sentence Structure 1.Emma and Jerry move to a new house. 2.They are very happy to live there. 3.When they just moved in, Jerry put many of his stuff in the garage. 4.When are you going to free the garage from all of these boxes? 5.Tomorrow, my dear, tomorrow.

12 Story 3 – Sentence Structure 6.After a while, Emma is pretty annoyed. 7.She walks over to the garage to take a look, and sees that nothing is changed. 8.Maybe I can do it myself. 9.Only I know exactly what to do with each thing. 10. Emma thinks about it for a minute and then starts smiling.

13 STORYTELLING VS STORY READING Choral Reading

14 Storytelling vs Story Reading Storytelling: the oral presentation of a short story from memory by an individual to a person or group. Story Reading: The oral presentation of a story by an individual to a person or group from the text of a picture book. Pictures printed on the pages of the book were made visible.

15 Storytelling vs Story Reading TELLING Teller is free (stands/sits, watch audience reaction,…) Memorized (without aid) More spontaneous READING Reader is bound (hold a book and follow it) Read Well read

16 Advantages increase students’ reading fluency, automaticity, self confidence & vocabulary knowledge Increase spoken language skills: diction, pronunciation, volume, rate, and pitch.

17 PRACTICE: STORY 1 Choral Reading

18 1.Number the paragraphs (23 paragraphs) 2.Decide the pauses 3.Division: – Odd paragraph: Group 1 – Even paragraph: Group 2 – Emma’s Line: Female students – Jerry’s line: Male students – Words read together: Paragraph 1: surprise, secret Paragraph 19: sneakers Paragraph 20: need Paragraph 23: a pair of speakers

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21 Paragraph 1 : Group 1 Emma and Jerry / are husband and wife. It is summer / and Jerry's birthday approaches. / Emma wants to give him a present for his birthday, / but she wants it to be a surprise, / so she must keep everything a secret.

22 Paragraph 2 : Group 2 Now, her big problem is: / if Jerry cannot know about this, / then how does she find out / what to get him for his birthday?

23 Paragraph 3 : Group 1 She decides to use a secret technique. / For a whole week, / while she pretends to be doing other things, / she actually keeps her ears wide open for clues.

24 Paragraph 4: Group 2 However, / Jerry doesn't really talk on this subject. / A whole week passes / with no mention of something he actually wants or needs!

25 Paragraph 5: Group 1 "That's it!“ / Emma thinks to herself, / "Jerry's birthday is tomorrow! / I'm taking off the gloves!“ Note: taking one's gloves off Fig. to stop being calm and show an intention of winning a dispute by any means. (As if boxers were to remove their gloves in order to inflict more damage. Both of them took their gloves off and really began arguing.

26 Paragraph 6: Group 2 She calls her sister in law Mary / and they make a secret plan.

27 Paragraph 7: Group 1 Mary will call Jerry, / ask him what he would like to receive for his birthday, / and Emma will listen to the conversation / (without Jerry knowing it).

28 Paragraph 8: Group 2 The scheme starts out as planned. / Marry calls Jerry / and they have a nice chat about his upcoming birthday. / Emma listens carefully from the other room.

29 Paragraph 9: Group 1 Finally, / she hears what he wants / – a pair of sneakers!

30 Paragraph 10: Group 2 "Alright!" / she thinks to herself.

31 Paragraph 11: Group 1 Full of excitement / she storms out of the room. / It was not so quite, / but who can blame her?

32 Paragraph 12: Group 2 She rushes off to the shop / and buys a pair of shining sneakers, / exactly at Jerry's size. / She is very happy. / She will get him the present he wants, / and it will be a complete surprise!

33 Paragraph 13: Group 1 Today is Jerry's birthday. / Emma waits until their special dinner at night.

34 Paragraph 14: Group 2 Finally, the moment arrives. / It's time for Jerry's present!

35 Paragraph 15: Group 1 Emma brings in the box of sneakers, / wrapped in a colorful paper.

36 Paragraph 16: Group 2 "Wow!" / Jerry says with a big smile, / "I wonder what it can be…"

37 Paragraph 17: Group 1 "Open it / and see for yourself!“ / Emma replies happily.

38 Paragraph 18: Group 2 He tears up the colorful paper, / and takes out the box. / He opens the box.

39 Paragraph 19 "Oh, / it's a… pair of sneakers! / What a lovely… surprise…“ (note: say this in a dissapointed way)

40 Paragraph 20: Group 2 Emma notices that something is wrong. / "What's the matter? / You don't seem so happy. / Don't you need a pair of sneakers?"

41 Paragraph 21: Group 1 "Hmm…" / Jerry takes a look at each shoe.

42 Paragraph 22: Group 2 "Well, / didn't you tell Mary / that you wanted a pair of sneakers?“/ Emma asks him.

43 Paragraph 23: Group 1 "A pair of sneakers?“/ Jerry starts to laugh. / "I said a pair of speakers! / You seem surprised. / Well, / I guess / I could use a pair of sneakers too…"

44 GROUP PRACTICE

45 Group Practice Stars: Story 3 Banana Zone: Story 3 15:15: Fantasy in a mirror UP2U!: Fantasy in a mirror Rainbow: Julianne #INEMM: Julianne 1.Choose a leader 2.Number the paragraphs 3.Decide the pauses 4.Decide the division 5.Practice 6.Perform

46 Group Practice GRAMZ: Story 3 Beauty and the Beast: Story 3 Harry's Style: Fantasy in a mirror Voice: Fantasy in a mirror CHOICE: Julianne Superman: Julianne 1.Choose a leader 2.Number the paragraphs 3.Decide the pauses 4.Decide the division 5.Practice 6.Perform

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53 Fantasy in a Mirror Slumber: /ˈslʌmbər/  a time when somebody is asleep Chivalry: /ˈʃɪvəlri /  the religious and moral system of behaviour which the perfect knight was expected to follow Donned /dɒnd/  (formal) to put clothes, etc. on Overdrive /ˈoʊvərdraɪv /  an extra high gear in a vehicle, that you use when you are driving at high speeds

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56 Julianne Puppy love: not true love, usually between children/youngsters Sluggish: moving, reacting or working more slowly than normal Occupy: fill or use a space

57 Julianne Alexander

58 After 4 years… Julianne

59 Next Week’s Activity Impromptu Short Story Reading (Assessment 3) Each group need to: – Bring a laptop – Internet modem (in case there are problems with the wifi) Tip: bring colorful markers/pens to mark the reading division


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